THE END OF THE WORLD, IS JUST THE BEGINNING... Welcome to The Aftermath. This show is dedicated to the post-apocalyptic genre from movies, TV programs, books, animations, comics, and video games. So, if you are fascinated with shows such as Jericho and films like The Road, books such as The Stand or Alas Babylon then you have come to the right place. So, get to your fallout shelter and tune in to these important messages. The first 20 episodes are Quiet Earth Radio from 2007, and feature hosts... Topics: post-apocalyptic, podcast, post-apocalyptic podcast
This is a compilation of the opening sequences for most, if not all, of the post-apocalyptic television series that aired between 1974 and 2014. Shows included: Planet of the Apes - 1974 Survivors - 1975 Ark II - 1977 Logan's Run - 1977 Thundarr the Barbarian - 1980 Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future - 1987 The Tribe - 1999 Jeremiah - 2002 Jericho - 2006 Survivors - 2008 The Walking Dead - 2010 Falling Skies - 2011 Revolution - 2012 Defiance - 2013 The 100 - 2014 Topics: post-apocalyptic, apocalyptic, television
Through the Aftermath is a podcast focusing on all aspects of the post-apocalyptic genre including media such as games, books and movies, as well as discussions of practical preparation methods, and related historical events. Hosted by Shawn and Jonathan, it ran for a total of 46 episodes between 2009 and 2011. Topics: post-apocalyptic, end of the world, podcast, post-apocalyptic podcast
Pittsburgh's collapsed in the civil war America lost, and a down-and-out detective strung out on a very potent hallucinogenic narcotic is going to find the answers in this first part of a three-parted history within the larger Apocalyptic Histories of the Parasite. Topics: Noir, Radioplay, Post-apocalyptic, Podcast
Destructomundo is a post-apocalyptic podcast chronicling the ways the world might end, and what we can do to try and stop it, or just survive it. In each episode a panel of "experts" discusses a new world-ending topic that is sure to entertain and inform... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: post-apocalyptic, end of the world, podcast, post-apocalyptic podcast
A collection of public domain or freely available comic books featuring apocalyptic or post-apocalyptic storylines. Submitted for the sake of fans of the post-apocalyptic genre, present and future, by Megaton of Post-Apocalyptic.com. Comics included so far: If an A-Bomb Falls The H-Bomb and You Charlton Premier #2 - Children of Doom Atomic Attack 1-4 (Numbered 5-8) Atomic War 1-4 World War III 1-2 Captain Marvel Adventures #66 Hover over the Read Online links to the left to see the link title... Topics: apocalyptic, post-apocalyptic, postapocalyptic, post-apocalyptic comic, post-apocalyptic, comics,...
This collection is a compilation of post-apocalyptic audio dramas gathered from various sources including Broken Sea Audio Productions, and old time radio such as Seeing Ear Theater, DimensionX, Escape and X Minus One, and National Public Radio. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: audio drama, post-apocalyptic, radio
Professor Whiskers had a seizure this week. When I took him to the vet hospital, they found a heart murmur. He must now take heart medicine daily or risk heart failure. Topics: cats, hal hartley, post-apocalyptic narrative
An undetermined number of years into the future, post-apocalypse rural Labrador has become a warmer and more hospitable place than it is at present. The inhabitants of Labrador have vague historical recollections of the "Old People", a technologically advanced civilisation which existed long ago and which they believe was destroyed when God sent "Tribulation" to the world to punish their forebears' sins. The society that has survived in Labrador is loosely reminiscent of the... Topics: John Wyndham, Chrysalids, Post-Apocalyptic, Science Fiction
A lone Space Carney wanders the countryside. Directed by Dave Fischer. Starring Dusty Rooney. Part of the Earth's Shallow Grave art project. Space Carney by Dave Fischer is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License . Topic: abstract post apocalyptic carnival abandoned earth
Recorded in the early 1970's by WUHN radio in Peoria, Illinois, The Peoria Plague is an audio dramatization of a zombie outbreak presented through a series of fictional news casts. This is a higher resolution transfer than the previously uploaded version with over-processed noise reduction. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: zombie, post-apocalyptic, audio, dramatization, radio, horror
Professor Whiskers had a seizure this week. When I took him to the vet hospital, they found a heart murmur. He must now take heart medicine daily or risk heart failure. Topics: cats, hal hartley, post-apocalyptic narratives
A strong fanatic religious group has laid its hands upon the last nuclear weapon on earth! Now, they're about to eradicate all of humankind permanently. However, three men are hired for the job to prevent this. The Human Wastelands (THW) is a violent action movie that takes place in the future, in a world after a nuclear holocaust. The movie is a tribute to italian 80's post apocalypse movies like 2019 After the fall of New York and New Barbarians. The movie is also largely inspired by Japanese... Topics: Post Apocalyptic, Post Nuke, Holocaust, Indie
Recorded in the early 1970's by WUHN radio in Peoria, Illinois, The Peoria Plague is an audio dramatization of a zombie outbreak presented through a series of fictional news casts. Topics: zombie, post-apocalyptic, audio, dramatization, radio
IN THE YEAR 2889 Starring: PAUL PETERSON AND QUINN O'HARE A group of post A-war survivors gathered together in a valley, are menaced by cannibalistic human mutants with telepathic powers. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Sci-Fi, Aliens, Larry Buchanan, Post - Apocalyptic
This short film was made for the 48 hours filmfestival of Ghent, Belgium. The complete movie had to be made within 48 hours and no existing materials footage or songs could be used... Our team won the "Audience Award" for this movie... Topics: Post-apocalyptic, western, swords, radiation duck, 48 hours
In this particular post-apocalyptic world, individuality is considered a serious anti-social disorder. One person has decided to stand up from the crowd. This is the story of her trial and her pleas to the humanity behind blind, staring masks. The text version of this story can be found at: http://bigclosetr.us/topshelf/fiction/3285/stand Topic: post-apocalyptic individuality anti-social stand up trial humanity mask
The only album of a lo-fi project from Kharkiv, Ukraine; a perfect soundtrack to a post-apocalyptic steampunk movie. Album's master copy was lost (it often happens during Apocalypse, you know), only these mp3-files remain. Read more: http://www.turbinicarpus.net.ua/catalogue/tbc014.html Topics: lo-fi, steampunk, post-apocalyptic, turbinicarpus, electronic, experimental, savas
SonOfOdin's Podcast Episode #16 - Eat Lead, Froggies! The Odinson readies for Christmas by viewing Tim Burton's homage to Rankin-Bass, 'The Nightmare Before Christmas', and then returns to highbrow cinema with the Roddy Piper post-apocalyptic classic, 'Hell Comes to Frogtown'. Topics: podcast, beer, entertainment, movies, action, post-apocalyptic, mutants, frogs
"POST-APOCALYPTIC" is the debut release by experimental/industrial outfit PURE SPIRIT & SALIVA. It's a haunting and disturbing work. The title is very appropriate as the e.p. sounds like a soundtrack for a Post-Apocalypse world. Topics: Pure Spirit & Saliva, experimental, noise, industrial, post-apocalyptic, apocalypse Source: Pro Tools v7.4.2
LibriVox recording of Plague of Pythons by Frederik Pohl. Read in English by Nick Bulka In a post-apocalyptic world where every government in the world has been overrun by its own military machinery, only to see that military machinery self-destruct, people are randomly being affected by a plague that seemingly takes over their brains and forces them to commit heinous crimes. Chandler is one of these unfortunate victims, the perpetrator of rape and murder. He is driven out of his community as a... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, sci-fi, plague, post-apocalyptic, possession
As we end this installment of Jackson Cole's face-off with the beyond, the obfuscuting darkness has only become more infuriatingly bright. How are we to judge this lost junkie? Searching for answers to questions he hasn't thought to ask? Stumbling into rooms without any clear dimension. Walking down streets invaded by the cannibalists among us. Where will he end up? And why did he have to end up there? Topics: Radioplay, Audiobook, Horror, Noir, Psychedelic, Post-apocalyptic, Pittsburgh, Christian
GURPS powered post-apocalypse actual play role playing session. This is the February 10th, 2010 session. The previous session can be found in the Internet Archive here: http://www.archive.org/details/TheFallOfAdam Topics: RPG, actual play, role playing, GURPS, post-apocalyptic
In this second installment in the story of post-apocalyptic Pittsburgh and one strung out man's effort to get to the bottom of Chinook Electricity and his own unraveling in the world, we witness buildings come alive as they implode, and come face to face with some very unhuman characters in an otherwise abandoned park down by the Point, and generally speaking things just get that much uglier as we continue to follow Jackson Cole down his ever-constricting hole. Enjoy! Topics: Radioplay, radio drama, noir, detective, post-apocalyptic, horror, supernatural, podcast
LibriVox recording of The Scarlet Plague, by Jack London. Read by James Christopher. Known mainly for his tales of adventure, this work of science fiction by Jack London is set in a post-apocalyptic future. It's 2072, sixty years after the scarlet plague has depopulated the planet. James Howard Smith is one of the few survivors of the pre-plague era left alive in the San Francisco area, and as he realizes his time grows short, he tries to impart the value of knowledge and wisdom to his... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, adventure, science fiction, post-apocalyptic, plague Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Co-host Ryan Houser and I discuss George Miller's 1979 classic of motorbikes and leather men, Mad Max. Among the wonders of this film are Fellini-esque characters, subtle S&M and homoerotic references, Mel Gibson (pre-stardom) and all the car chases you could ever want. This movie gives us our heroes back. Topics: Mad Max, George Miller, Mel Gibson, post-apocalyptic, cult movie
A young soldier in a post-apocalyptic world is sent to explore the landing sight of a mysterious space craft and comes back with strange ideas. (This is a film I made in college and is my first attempt at a longer form of storytelling, 48 minutes, my earlier films being about 10 minutes or shorter. I shot it on a single CCD Hi 8 camera, with no lighting kits and a Radio Shack lav mic for sound. Then edited it on an editing program that I believe is now extinct called âEdit DVâ. I hope you can... Topics: Movie, film, science fiction, si-fi, Post-apocalyptic, Christian Film, Christian movie
Dead Friday is a systemless post-apocalyptic role playing game. Unlike some settings, DF is set 20 years after the bombs fell, so you can only leave your shelter if you have suitable protection against radiation. Fun setting. Topics: rpg, role, playing, game, blank, friday, postapocalyptic, post-apocalyptic, post, apocalyptic
James Benton might be the last man on earth. Racing to get to work, he finds random abandoned cars, smoldering pile-ups, and something even stranger. Everywhere he goes there's no grass, no people, not even a bird in the sky. Alone in a barren world, James travels west in search of someone, anyone who might have survived The Quiet. Topics: Horror, sci-fi, science fiction, scifi, dark fiction, post-apocalyptic, apocalyptic, apocalypse,...
An original action packed revolutionary sidescroll adventure set in the post future. Very ahead of its time. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: action, adventure, sidescroller, prince of persia, another world, flashback, retro, sci-fi, post...
The real Minimal Disturbance Factor? First released in December 2003, Post Apocalyptic Folk was remastered and re-released in September 2015. Topics: Minimal Disturbance Factor, Post Apocalyptic Folk, Minimal, Disturbance, Factor, Acoustic, Ambient,...
The history of certain civilization's struggle with the chaos of information, in which it fell with the development of communication and general rise of informatization. Unstructured information hinders the progress. But this civilization has found a way out: a special virus, battling with an excess of useless information and confusion in one's mind, who inculcates it to himself. The virus is non-pathogenic, but connects to the system of individual, integrates into it, allowing to eventually... Topics: Futuristic, Post-Apocalyptic, Psy-Ambient, Psychedelic, Sequences, Synthesizer, Tornfly,...
What do you do at the end of the world when you're the only one left? Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary) favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: LIT, LS, LIT.LS, Short Stories, Post-apocalyptic science fiction, Science Fiction, Games and...
We return to Sweet Tooth for the last installment of Followup Fall for 2016. We talk about the world, the characters, and more. Topics: Sweet Tooth, Jeff Lemire, post apocalyptic story, comics, podcast, Arc Reactions, prophecy, world...
The fourth EP in Black Concept Series of six. A journey among the wires through an empty atmosphere of a destroyed city. Repeating rhythm, noise washes, minor pads and light arps - everything makes a cold feel of wasted land where you are in solitude. But the music is not monotonous - it is dynamic, very fascinating and totally preoccupies and makes you follow till the end. Composed by WMRI. All instruments programmed, music written and arranged by Mike Winchester. Produced and artwork by Mike... Topics: Ambient, Atmospheric, Devastation, Electricity, Experimental, Nuclear, Post-Apocalyptic, Sequences,...
Virus (Fukkatsu no hi 復活の日), literally Day of Resurrection is a 1980 post-apocalyptic science fiction movie directed by Kinji Fukasaku and based on a novel written by Sakyo Komatsu. The movie starred Masao Kusakari, George Kennedy, Robert Vaughn, Chuck Connors, Olivia Hussey, Edward James Olmos, Ken Ogata, Sonny Chiba and Glenn Ford. The film is notable for being the most expensive Japanese film ever made at the time. -Wikipedia DVD ripped from is BCI Cat.No. 47207-9-1, region 1.... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 9 reviews ) Topics: virus, kinji fukasaku, japanese, japanese film, japanese movie, sonny chiba, apocalypse, post...
Artist: Vortex Mechanic Album: After Us Label: USC Catalog number: USC-WR-1609.0330 Release Year: 2016 Description: «Everything has its limit, including sorrow.» - Joseph Brodsky Getting to know ourselves and our world, we have came to conclusion that our lifetime is calculable: in moments. Contrary to common sense we fell into euphoria of eternal existence. Are we trying to understand it in front of the silent eternity - nothing? Our being is reduced to a bestial way of life, and even the... Topics: Vortex Mechanic, Traditional Electronic, Berlin School, Ambient, Post-Apocalyptic, Dramatic,...
If one day Vladimir Putin decided that he had enough with the Western world and gave a launch order on his nuclear missiles; what would you do? Or, maybe a rouge terrorist cell decides to detonate a nuclear weapon in a major metropolitan area, how would you survive? Taking a break from Doctor Who news, rumours and reviews, our very own Darryl Johnston decided to do the research and explain to you HOW TO SURVIVE A NUCLEAR ATTACK! Leave us feedback by calling our voicemail number at (805)... Topics: nuclear explosion, post apocalyptic, survival, nuclear attack, prepper, nuclear device, nuclear...
my intention was a post-apocalyptic remix, but i only got halfway. warning: this is a really hard mix. not for those with delicate ears. Topics: remix.nin.com, nine inch nails, remix, archiveteam, post-apocalyptic, apocalypse, brutal, electric,...
The story describes a world in which most of the human population has lost the ability to live on the surface of the Earth. Each individual now lives in isolation below ground in a standard 'cell', with all bodily and spiritual needs met by the omnipotent, global Machine. Travel is permitted but unpopular and rarely necessary. Communication is made via a kind of instant messaging/video conferencing machine with which people conduct their only activity: the sharing of ideas and what passes for... Topics: The Machine Stops, E. M. Forster, Vashti, Kuno, Science Fiction, Post-Apocalyptic
This week: As a direct sequel to Romero's Day of the Dead (1985), Land of the Dead (2005) caused us to re-visit the heirarchy of zombie while the zombedey Fido (2006) allowed us to feel all warm and fuzzy for a boy and his zombie, even if there wasn't an 'Ol Yellar scene in the end. Captain Creepers Book Corner featured a âShaun of the Deadâ type take on the zombie apocalypse submitted to us by Dean Scurlock called âDawn of the Dave.â Jason's Horror TV wrap up featured a farewell to the... Topics: Creepercast, Horror, Podcast, zombie 101, Post Apocalyptic, Land of the Dead, Fido